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March 17th, 2005

pSivida looks to advance in US market

Abstract:
Australian biotech pSivida is looking to boost its profile in the United States as it pushes its new silicon-based drug delivery technology, designed to substantially reduce side-effects in patients.

Speaking at a shareholders briefing in Sydney pSivida managing director Gavin Rezos said shrinking consumer tolerance for drug side effects over the past two decades had made its BioSilicon technology very lucrative.

Source:
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